Visits to Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu, and elsewhere to interact with companies and sign cooperative agreements
2019.06.27(목) 09:56:22 | CNnews ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
▲ A female economist from Chungcheongnam-do Province and 26 other officials
From April 21st to April 24th, a local female economist and member of the provincial assembly visited a Chinese organization to discuss potential economic cooperation between Korean and Chinese female economists. This visit took place for the purpose of further developing friendly relations between the two nations and strengthening economic ties.
A total of 26 delegates attended this trip, including a female economist from the Korean Women Entrepreneurs Association’s Sejong and Chungnam Regional Branch and other officials. During this trip to China the participants visited three local companies, a tradeshow and exhibition building, and signed the MOU.
The delegation discussed economic cooperation and potentially increasing cooperative public exchanges with the Zhejiang Women’s Federation on April 22nd, then visited headquarters of Alibaba, China’s largest online shopping mall, to learn about the online platform and see the future of the online market.
The delegation then proceeded to go to the KOTRA Trade Center in Shanghai to examine the trends of the Chinese market and discuss its potential. On the third day, April 23rd, the Korean Women Entrepreneurs Association’s Sejong and Chungnam Regional Branch and the Zhejiang Women’s Entrepreneur Association signed an MOU together, promising that they will strive to create a world with more opportunity for female economists.
On the last day of the delegation, April 24th, the delegation visited Jiangsu People’s Congress to share information and discuss ways in which to conduct further exchanges. A provincial official said in recollection of the trip, “We have held exchanges with Zhejiang, Shanghai, and Jiangsu for a long time. By establishing a cooperative system with the province, its officials, and its economists, we plan to increase friendly relations with China and to enhance economic collaboration. We will continue to provide support, so that this delegation can bear the fruitful outcomes for which it has worked so hard.”